- What do you call a person who likes to cause trouble?
- How do you handle troublemakers?
- What is the opposite of military?
- What’s another word for reluctantly?
- What is the antonym for the word reluctant?
- What is the opposite of a troublemaker?
- What is the opposite of indolent?
- What does reluctantly mean?
- What does melancholy mean?
- What is perfidious?
- What makes someone a troublemaker?
- What does it mean when someone calls you a troublemaker?
- What is indolent mean?
- What do you call a person who stirs up trouble?
- What do you call someone who causes something?
- Which is a synonym of indolent?
- What is an act of futility?
What do you call a person who likes to cause trouble?
a person who provokes trouble, causes dissension, or the like; agitator.
How do you handle troublemakers?
Control your reactions. Do not respond to a troublemaker in an emotional way, as this may encourage the person to focus on you. Keep calm when dealing with her and ignore negative remarks or behavior so she knows her tactics do not work on you.
What is the opposite of military?
What is the opposite of military?peacefulamicablenonbelligerentnon-belligerentnonviolentpassivepeaceablepeacemakingtactfulpacific16 more rows
What’s another word for reluctantly?
Synonyms & Antonyms of reluctantcagey.(also cagy),disinclined,dubious,hesitant,indisposed,loath.(also loth or loathe),More items…
What is the antonym for the word reluctant?
What is the opposite of reluctant?willingeagerwilfulwillfulobligingenthusiasticaccommodatingamenablehappydisposed5 more rows
What is the opposite of a troublemaker?
Antonyms & Near Antonyms for troublemaker. peacemaker, reconciler, uniter.
What is the opposite of indolent?
Opposite of wanting to avoid activity or exertion. industrious. energetic. active. busy.
What does reluctantly mean?
adverb. without really wanting to; unwillingly: I told her to take a break, just for one moment, and she reluctantly pulled away from her work.
What does melancholy mean?
Definition of melancholy (Entry 2 of 2) 1a : suggestive or expressive of sadness or depression of mind or spirit sang in a melancholy voice. b : causing or tending to cause sadness or depression of mind or spirit : dismal a melancholy thought. 2a : depressed in spirits : dejected, sad.
What is perfidious?
faithless, false, disloyal, traitorous, treacherous, perfidious mean untrue to what should command one’s fidelity or allegiance. faithless applies to any failure to keep a promise or pledge or any breach of allegiance or loyalty.
What makes someone a troublemaker?
a person who habitually causes difficulty or problems, especially by inciting others to defy those in authority. People who thrive on drama are basically troublemakers, but few will admit to that.
What does it mean when someone calls you a troublemaker?
(trʌbəlmeɪkər ) Word forms: troublemakers. countable noun. If you refer to someone as a troublemaker, you mean that they cause unpleasantness, quarrels, or fights, especially by encouraging people to oppose authority.
What is indolent mean?
1a : averse to activity, effort, or movement : habitually lazy. b : showing an inclination to laziness an indolent sigh.
What do you call a person who stirs up trouble?
Synonyms: firebrand, inciter, instigant, provoker Types: ringleader. a person who leads (especially in illicit activities) Type of: bad hat, mischief-maker, trouble maker, troublemaker, troubler. someone who deliberately stirs up trouble.
What do you call someone who causes something?
catalyst. noun. someone or something that causes something to happen or change.
Which is a synonym of indolent?
SYNONYMS FOR indolent 1 slow, inactive, sluggish, torpid.
What is an act of futility?
: an activity that is not successful or worthwhile The negotiations turned out to be an exercise in futility.